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red mail Fox, John Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
John born in Bray county Wicklow c1860. Any info greatly recieved!
red mail Byrne/Cartons from Bray Head Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
My mother, Marie Patricia Brown was born in Bray about 1920, her father Frederick Gordon Brown from Brixham, Devon England and mother Anna Elizabeth Byrne born in Bray about 1884. My grandmother's parents were Mary Carton from Termonfeckin, Co Louth and father Francis (Frank) Byrne born in Bray. I know of Mary Carton's family but am stuck on that of Frank Byrne. I know that there was a Teresa Walsh living in Bray until fairly recently but that is all I know.
red mail BURNE & McELLIGOTT Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
My great great grandparents, WILLIAM BURNE & LOUISA MC ELLIGOTT married in 1845. They lived at several locations around Dublin and Wicklow - Elm Park, Merrion, Dublin and Hollybrook House, Bray, Co. Wicklow. William was a Land Steward/Gardener. They had children: William, Anne Jane, Emma, Elizabeth, Robert Charles, Thomas and George. Trying to find anyone related to Louisa McElligott. Her father's name was Thomas and he is listed as a Carpenter on her marriage record. Address was give as Cathedral Lane, Dublin. Thomas died in 1846 at Cathedral Lane, Dublin. Thank you.
red mail Fr. Emmet CONWAY died in Delgany circa 1922 Delgany, Deilgne, and Parish
Hello, I am a descendant of the CONWAY family originally from Nobber Co. Meath. Fr. Emmet Conway was my grand uncle and very little is known about him other than he is buried in Delgany . His mother Elizabeth Conway (nee MOLLOY) died shortly afterwards and is buried with Fr. Emmet. I am very interested in finding out what brought Emmet to Delgany and why his mother also died in Delgany. Richard
red mail 1950/60 pictures Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
Has anyone have any pictures of Quinsborough Rd Bray 1950/60.showing the jewlery shop and around that area .
red mail james gaskin Powerscourt, and Parish
James Gaskin was born in Powerscourt, County Wicklow in 1827. He enlisted in the 13th Light Dragoons at Dublin in 1847. He went to the Crimean war in 1854, on the 16th of September 1854 he entered the general hospital at Scutari in Turkey. He was discharged and sent to rejoin his regiment on the 3rd of October. He took part in and survived the Charge of the Light Brigade. He died in the regimental hospital on the 19th of May 1855. He was entitled to the Crimea Medal with clasps for Balaclava, Inkerman and Sebastapol. Jim
red mail Jack (John) Costello Little Bray
Lived on Old Connaught Ave and later on the Dublin Rd, Bray. Married Elizabeth and had nine children.
red mail Michael Jospeh Nordell Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
Does the name Michael Joseph Nordell mean anything to anyone. He is one of my maternal grandmother's brothers. My maternal grandmother is Annie Whiston, nee Nordell.(See my previous entry dated July 07 re Whiston family from St. Kevin's Sq. Bray). I now know that Annie and Michael's parents were Charles and Mary (nee Hill) Nordell. (Charles' first wife Bridget Temple died aged 21 yrs in 1875). Michael was born in 1880 and lived in Glasgow at some point. He joined the 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers and sadly died in France in 1916. Other known siblings are John, Charles, Esther, Elizabeth Mary, Mary Theresa and Sarah Jane. Their paternal grandfather is Isaac Nordell, who I believe lived in Dublin.
red mail Can anyone Help me find. Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
My nan Helena Doonan nee Byrne lived at Quinsboro Road was born in little Bray,Dargle Road I believe,she used to enjoy a little drink in O`tooles Bar in QuinsboroRd(might be related )She married my grandad William Doonan(killed in action, somme july 1st 1916) My mother Ellen Doonan went to Ravenswell Convent,around 1918-1924? any help.
red mail Hugh Alexander Kane Bray, Bre, Bri Chualann, and Parish
Hugh was born in Glasgow. He was in the navy in 1911 english census. When he died in 1935, the informant was his wife Margaret. I would like to know her maiden name. They lived at 31, St. Kevin's Square, Bray.

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